Swimming warnings remain in place at Wairoa River where an investigation is ongoing by Hawke’s Bay Regional Council and Hawke’s Bay District Health Board.
Swimming restrictions remain in place at Wairoa River following water sample results this morning confirming high E.coli levels remain in the river.
Hawke’s Bay Hospital is facing unprecedented demand on hospital services, especially acute surgeries, forcing it to cancel some elective surgeries.
A memorandum of understanding has been signed between Hawke’s Bay District Health Board and Cancer Society of New Zealand- Hawke’s Bay Centre to link up care...
People are being warned not to swim in the Nuhaka River until further notice due to the detection of E. Coli levels that are 20 x...
With a Bachelor of Health Science under her belt Paramedic Lindsey Hope is the perfect recruit to the after-hours urgent medical care team for people who...
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board welcomed Stage Two Report of the Havelock North Drinking Water Inquiry released today. Chief executive Kevin Snee said he believed the Inquiry...
While she might not have the medical and nursing backgrounds of those who work in the unit, she’s no fool to working out who needs a pat or a friendly paw.
Tears of joy were shed by Hawke’s Bay Hospital’s frontline paediatric staff at the Countdown Kids Hospital Appeal announcement this morning, with the news a special...
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board (HBDHB) staff are widely promoting White Ribbon Day.
Reporting adverse events in a timely way to develop a robust reporting culture are integral to learning from the national Serious Adverse Events report.
Over $1million will be invested to create nearly 17 new full-time equivalent nursing roles at Hawke’s Bay Hospital, the district health board announced today.
Exciting news for Hawke’s Bay Hospital’s youngest patients – the hospital’s paediatric playground has received a radical transformation!
Norovirus has been confirmed as the bug that has affected a number of patients and staff at Hawke’s Bay Hospital during the week. Chief Medical and Dental...
Strict infection control measures are in place in some wards of Hawke’ Bay Hospital to prevent the spread of Norovirus, a contagious vomiting and diarrhoea bug.
More than $400,000 will be invested into Central Hawke’s Bay Health Services before Christmas with the addition of new state-of-the-art digital radiology equipm
Ten cases of Paratyphoid Fever have now been confirmed by Hawke’s Bay District Health Board, and a number of other cases have been tested with results still
Parents urged to check immunisations. Hawke’s Bay health officials are urging parents to check their children’s immunisation status during the school holidays.
Six cases of Paratyphoid Fever have now been confirmed by Hawke’s Bay District Health Board, today (26 September).
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board is investigating four confirmed cases of Paratyphoid Fever and is following up three suspect cases.